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Seeds of early varieties of radishes, a mix of interesting colors

Seeds of early varieties of radishes, a mix of interesting colors
Seeds of early varieties of radishes, a mix of interesting colors
  • Packing / number of seeds: 5 g (625 - 725 seeds of early radish mix varieties are packed in one pack)
  • Sowing rate.
  • Harvest.
  • Sowing period. The varieties in the mix are early and very suitable for outdoor cultivation.
  • Planting period.
  • 50/10-20 cm.
  • 25 to 35 days.
  • Fruit characteristics: Different root colour - red, white, purple, yellow. The early radishes in this mix are spherical in shape, medium sized, with a pleasant texture and flavour.

Online shop offers you seeds of early varieties of radishes - a mix of colorful species. This colourful bouquet has brought together some of the most famous in radishes with extremely high yield and great taste.

One of the defining features of these mixed early radishes is the fact that they grow extremely fast. That is why their very name comes from Greek and means exactly that - 'fast showing'. They contain many vitamins and minerals and are very juicy and sweet. What makes them even more eye-catching is their natural decoration.

Sowing is mainly in greenhouses and greenhouses, but you can easily grow these tender vegetables in your own garden outdoors. All you have to bear in mind is that the soil must be at least three degrees at sowing. To plant an area of one acre you will need two to three kilograms of radish seed.

Early varieties of radishes are extremely easy to germinate and quickly make root crops. Seeds show a few days after sowing, in about 3 to 5 days. The fact that they are very fast growing also results in their short growing season, which is 25 to 35 days, i.e. in about a month you can already be picking sweet and colourful radishes.

The seeds you sow in greenhouses can be put in by February. For spring production, the sowing period is February to April. For autumn production, the best time to sow early radish seeds is in September and October. The good news is that they do not need to be further sown, but possibly only thinned.

As already mentioned you have to take into account the soil temperature. Furthermore, for good results and production, soil moisture is also essential. It needs to be kept moist. Weeding should also be constant so as not to smother the young plants. The permanent location where you will sow the early radish mix should be sunny and warm.

Sow the seeds of the non-standard radish flowers in beds about 50 cm apart. It is a good idea to leave 10 to 20 cm of space between each plant.

An ideal use of these tasty and beautiful early variety radishes is for decoration, given the different root colours. Salads are a prime spot for these colourful delights, especially in combination with other types of vegetables.

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